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Dorota Rozmarynowska-Enzanza, lecturer in Danish

English Studies
with Danish

  • Level: Undergraduate (Bachelor Degree)
  • Mode: Full-time

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Program

Students of English Studies with Danish learn English and Danish simultaneously. During the program, English courses are taught at a higher level of competency and include linguistics, intensive language development, as well as cultural and historical background of the English speaking countries. Danish classes, on the other hand, start at the beginner level and gradually develop language competences; they are accompanied by courses devoted to the most relevant topics related to Danish culture and society, which will provide students with socio-cultural knowledge and skills enabling them to effectively communicate and cooperate with Danes. The aim for students is to reach CEFR C1 English and B2 Danish proficiency level or higher.

Depending on the selected specialization, students develop various competencies, such as translation, ability to work in an international business environment, teaching English as a foreign language, and extended knowledge of literature, media and culture of the English speaking countries.

Requirements: English proficiency - CEFR B2 or higher, confirmed by appropriate English proficiency certificates.

Candidate

If you are interested in other cultures, have a passion for learning languages and meeting diverse people, the English Studies with Danish Program at SWPS University may be the right choice for you. The program may also be attractive to candidates who have already completed another program of study and would like to expand their career opportunities by learning a new language and perfecting their English skills.

Career Prospects

Graduates build successful careers in various industries, including education, international business, media, marketing and advertising, film and TV production, government administration, and NGOs. They are also sought after as translators thanks to their unique Danish skills.

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Financial support: Scholarships for International Students
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Advantages

Best English Studies Among Private Universities in Poland

According to the ranking of higher education institutions by Perspektywy, a Polish influential magazine devoted to educational affairs, SWPS University is among the top five universities that offer language studies and it holds the first place in the ranking of non-public higher education institutions, in Poland.

Intensive Danish Courses

Only 5.6 million people around the world speak Danish. Fluency in this niche language provides unique employment advantages. English Studies with Danish at SWPS University offer intensive Danish curriculum that ensures language proficiency at CEFR B2 level at graduation.

Multicultural Environment

English Studies at SWPS University offer a friendly and multicultural environment, contributing to the students’ development of language and interpersonal skills as well as cross-cultural competencies. International students comprise close to twenty five per cent of the student population. Therefore, students have ample opportunities to practice English not only in class, but also in daily and informal interactions with each other.

Specializations

Translation Studies - Translation Track

Translation Studies focus on translation theory and practice and on intensive language skills development. All courses are taught by experienced translators and linguists. Students become familiar with the requirements of general and specialized translation. They practice various translation methods and techniques employed in written and oral translation. All translation courses are developed in accordance with the guidelines of the European Union’s Directorate-General for Translation.

Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) – Teaching Track

TEFL specialization prepares students for a teaching profession. Graduates can work not only in public schools, but also in private and language schools. They may also choose to combine teaching with a translation career. Additionally, students become familiar with the latest teaching methodologies and acquire competencies in the field of Teaching English for Specific Purposes (ESP). During teaching internships, under the guidance of a coordinator, students create their own European Portfolio for Student Teachers of Languages.

English in Business and Media - Business Track

English in Business and Media is focused on teaching business English with elements of economy, marketing and public relations. Students learn about organizational structure, business management, business environment and market issues. They also become familiar with the style of business writing and learn how to develop business plans, reports and business strategy. Moreover, they gain general business skills, such as presentation or negotiation skills and learn about business code of conduct.

Cultural and Literary Studies – Cultural and Literary Track

Perfect for enthusiasts of the English speaking countries and English-based cultures. We focus on analytical and writing skills as well as on the ability to present a coherent argument in the written form. The path offers an opportunity to study the major literary texts in the English culture and to learn the tools and methodology indispensable in writing about complex phenomena. Some topics covered include: pop culture, film, interactive storytelling, literary criticism and cultural theory.


Faculty

Application Step By Step

  1. Fill in the application form
  2. Pay the Application Fee
  3. Send the required documents to the Admissions Office
  4. Pay the Tuition Fee
  5. Wait for the Acceptance Letter
  6. Upon your arrival in Poland, submit original documents to the Admissions Office
  7. During the first semester, submit the Nostrification of your diploma (if applicable)

This is the application procedure for international candidates. Polish candidates should follow the application procedure provided on the corresponding Polish site here »

Applications closed

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2018-2019 Tuition Fee
Full-Time Studies
10 installments 286 EUR
2 installments 1410 EUR
1 installment 2700 EUR

Admissions Office

  • admissions@swps.edu.pl
  • +48 22 517 99 61
  • Office Hours: Monday to Friday, 8.00-16.00
  • SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities
    Chodakowska 19/31, 03-815 Warsaw, Poland

Polish candidates should refer to the information provided on the corresponding Polish site here »

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